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Michael Dooley becomes Patron at Lewis-Manning Hospice Care.

by | Aug 17, 2022 | News | 0 comments

Michael Dooley FRCOG, the former High Sheriff of Dorset, has become a firm supporter of the charity and has joined as Patron of Lewis-Manning Hospice Care.

Michael said, “I am thrilled to continue my journey in supporting Lewis-Manning and to be able to help them spread the word about their fantastic services across East Dorset and Purbeck. My maiden official visit as High Sherriff, back in 2021, was actually to the hospice and during my time in office I was honoured and delighted to attend a number of celebratory events, meet staff, volunteers and supporters.

“I was always incredibly impressed with all that I saw and learnt on my visits. The hospice is doing such amazing work for the patients and families that it supports with life-limiting illnesses in the local community.

“I am hoping that I can offer guidance and support to further their clinical and organisation strategy, as well as raise awareness of Lewis-Manning, to encourage additional fundraising for this incredible charity.”

CEO Clare Gallie advised, “We are delighted to welcome Michael on board as Patron. He’s been a wonderful support to us over the last eighteen months for which we are hugely grateful. Michael’s interest in our work and valued inputs have been gratefully received in a time of major development for our charity. We are honoured that he has agreed to become Patron of Lewis-Manning Hospice Care, and we look forward to his continued support in the future.”


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